March 21, 2020 EVENT
NEW-- Knives from Germany
Original Patterns Available
Unikat Patterns Available

History of the Pottery

Boleslawiec stoneware originated as a quality folk art in the latter half of the 14th century.  It was made in the eastern German province of Silesia which now resides in Poland.  Within Germany it is still known as Bunzlauer Keramik, named after the former German town of Bunzlau in Schlesien, now Boleslawiec/Silesia.  Today, in the small town of Boleslawiec, skilled artisans continue to individually create each piece of Polish Pottery with the same pride and care used for centuries, preserving the charm of Old Central Europe.

This durable stoneware is created from a native white clay and then fired in ovens to temperatures exceeding 1000 degrees C.  It is extremely durable, will not crack or chip easily and maintains its color.  Each piece is completely lead-free and can be used safely in the oven, dishwasher, microwave and freezer.

Originally, craftsmen applied the decoration using their fingers later switching to stamps carved out of frozen potatoes.  Unique to traditional Polish Pottery patterns are the “eye spot” designs with the motif of the peacock.  These blue and green eyespots and variations are classically arranged on the pieces and are distinctive to the Silesian region of Europe.  Polish Pottery is famous for its clean lines and captivating designs in cobalt blue, forest green and the earth tones.  Now there are also newer patterns in yellow and with floral hand painted designs.

Each piece of pottery is fashioned as a unique work of art and it retains the charm of old European masterpieces.  We obviously love Polish Pottery and hope that you, too, will find joy in the many years of use you will get from this wonderful product!

At present, our web site is still under construction. We are making an effort to present you with our entire spectrum of offers as soon as possible. At this point we can provide you with information regarding products and patterns at [Sorry, this site is under re-construction]www.PolishPottery-Trading.com

In the meantime you can reach us at 952-890-3196 and by fax at 952-890-3196.  You can also contact us at our e-mail address:   eengle@qwestoffice.net

For prices and delivery times, contact Evelyn by email. 

Event schedules:                      Salvatorfest March 21, 2020